Is compromisation a word? Its not in the Oxford English Dictionary and the only evidence i can find that its a word is from wiktionary - which isn't really a reliable source.
The context i'm using it in is this:
Loss or compromisation of security on your behalf may also breach our blah blah blah etc...
Do you think im ok to use this word or can anyone suggest an alternative?
Compromising sounds better.
But that doesn't make sense in my mind.
Lack or compromising of security on your behalf may also breach our
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